Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe

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The Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe (FROLIZI) was a militant nationalist organization that fought against the government of Rhodesia from its founding in October 1971 until it merged into the African National Congress on 6 December 1974.[1] Dissatisfied members of the Zimbabwe African People's Union and the Zimbabwe African National Union formed FROLIZI.[2] James Chikerema led the organization as its President.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence. Zimbabwe: Report of the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence By Australia Parliament. Page 140.
  2. ^ Tabata, I. B. Imperialist Conspiracy in Africa. Page 110.
  3. ^ Nyangoni, Wellington Winter. Africa in the United Nations System. Page 141